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Bus 68

I listen to a lecture about I.M.Pei’s glass pyramids from my professor, an engineer who worked on the project. After class, about halfway home, I found myself a pane of glass away from 673 very famous panes of glass.

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time management

At ESA you don’t get to choose any of our courses until your 3rd or 4th year. Even then, the choice is mostly between studios (i.e. which professor you prefer) and maybe an either/or elective option. Since I’m not taking the full load of courses, however, apart from the studio I get to pick and choose what I take. I chose to take the art class, and two more engineering based courses: “Methodology of Structures” and “Construction”.

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vive la rentrée!

My first week in Paris kept me very busy and first introduction to ESA has given me a preview of things to look forward to and cultural tendencies, how shall we say, to prepare myself for.

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This is a record of Middlebury students spending their junior year abroad at architectural school. I am attending l’École Spéciale d’Architecture and Jesse will soon be in Italy to attend the architecture school at the University of Ferrara.

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